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5 Things To Do This Weekend: Oct 2 – Oct 4

Posted by Lorena Ramirez-Carrillo on October 1, 2020

Stay safe. Stay home. Stay entertained with these 5 online events this weekend.

Explore something new

Hosted by Black People Eats, this month-long celebration of culture combines unique virtual events and appetizing restaurant specials to support Chicago’s Black-owned businesses. Join a workout session, learn to craft the perfect cocktail, and order a delectable takeout dinner this weekend!

Date: Fri Oct 2 – Sun Oct 4
Time: See website for schedule
Cost: Free
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Take a walk through history

Have you ever dreamt of wandering the halls of the Smithsonian? Explore the museum’s world-renowned exhibits from the comfort of your home this weekend! From permanent exhibits to professionally narrated tours, this unique virtual experience is perfect for the whole family.

Date: Fri Oct 2 – Sun Oct 4
Time: See website for schedule
Cost: Free
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Become a LEGO Master

This virtual event is a can’t miss for any diehard LEGO fan! Explore online exhibits featuring amazing models built by hobbyists from around the world, watch stop-motion films, participate in virtual build sessions, and shop exclusive LEGO pieces from your couch this weekend.

Date: Sat Oct 3 – Sun Oct 4
Time: 10am – 8pm
Cost: $5
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Experience a new tradition

One of the most important traditional events across Asia, the Mid-Autumn Festival celebrates friends and family. Co-hosted by the Chicago Park District and the Chinese American Museum of Chicago, this family-friendly virtual event features storytelling, activities, and so much more!

Date: Sat Oct 3
Time: 5pm – 7pm
Cost: Free 
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Start spooky season off right

Take a spooky virtual tour of Rosehill Cemetery this weekend, and start the spookiest season off right. Chicago’s oldest cemetery, this historic locale offers a rich history full of amazing stories. Streamed online, this tour promises to dive into the interesting past of one of the city’s iconic landmarks.

Date: Sun Oct 4
 10am – 11:30am
 ree, donations welcome
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